Thompson, Man City talent scout, has signed a contract with Chelsea fc

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The London giants Chelsea fc are getting City’s head of UK academy scouting Stewart Thompson. They continue to completely restructure their entire transfer system.

The 58-year-old Thompson has a contract with Chelsea and will take a gardening break before joining them.

Although Thompson and Joe Shields previously collaborated at City. It is thought that Shields, Chelsea’s co-director of talent acquisition, has proposed the change for Thompson.

Since taking over Chelsea fc last year, Todd Boehly-Clearlake Capital owners have made significant efforts to create a new recruitment team.

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Paul Winstanley, Kyle Macaulay, and Shields recent additions to the club as well as a number of scouts feeded into Christopher Vivell, who took over as technical director in December.

Boehly and Clearlake are looking to establish the strongest recruitment team possible for Chelsea fc. Rather than appointing one or two people to handle the majority of the responsibilities. The most recent scheduled appointment is Thompson.

It is the most recent attack on Man City after a contract for Newcastle’s talent scout Paul McClaren.

Head of UK scouting for the Under-13 to Under-18 age groups at Chelsea fc will be City’s national young scout manager, who will report to head of youth recruitment Paul Midgley.

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